Senate committee recommends aerial shooting of feral horses at Kosciuszko National Park

Ben Jaffrey
Updated October 16 2023 - 1:12pm, first published 12:30pm
Feral horses in the Kosciuszko National Park. Picture supplied by Invasive Species Council
Feral horses in the Kosciuszko National Park. Picture supplied by Invasive Species Council

The Senate committee tasked with looking into the impacts and management of feral horses in the Australian Alps has recommended aerial shooting be used to tackle the growing number of the pests.

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Ben Jaffrey

Ben Jaffrey

Content curator/journalist

Ben is a content curator and journalist for The Land. He has been with ACM since 2015 and first worked at The Area News and then at the Northern Daily Leader. Ben first joined ACM Agri as a digital journalist for all seven agricultural mastheads in 2022 before shifting to The Land full-time in 2023.

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